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Cranberry Township Candidate Announces Bid for State House Seat

April 8, 2022 stephenie_u7qi8h Comments Off

Local attorney and Cranberry Township resident, Stephenie Scialabba, today formally announced her candidacy for the 12th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

“I will be a strong Republican voice on key issues that are important to the constituents of the 12th Legislative District, including election integrity, property tax reform, local control and parental choice in education, infrastructure funding and capitalizing on our natural resources,” said Scialabba. “I am pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-law enforcement, pro-business and

Scialabba is an attorney with a regional law firm and focuses her practice on cybersecurity, data privacy matters and healthcare law. Her legal practice includes working with state and federal governmental agencies and regulators. Scialabba also advises governmental entities and private businesses on data privacy obligations and regulatory issues.

“We need strong voices in Harrisburg that will work to enact policies to enable job creation throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including the 12th Legislative District and Butler County,” Scialabba said. “Harrisburg should be a building block for job creators and taxpayers, not a stumbling block.”

Scialabba earned her Bachelors of Arts degrees in political science and history from the University of Pittsburgh. She also received her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. She was recognized as an upcoming community leader by the Pittsburgh Business Times.

Scialabba is married to John Scialabba and they have a son, Teddy.

“John and I have chosen to raise our family in Cranberry Township,” said Scialabba. “John grew up in Butler and his family still lives there and my father lives in Cranberry Township. I am proud of our local communities and I will be a leader in Harrisburg advocating for all the communities in the 12th Legislative District.”

With legislative reapportionment, the 12th Legislative District will now be comprised of Cranberry Township, Adams Township and Jackson Township and the boroughs of Callery, Evans City, Harmony, Mars, Seven Fields, Valencia and Zelienople.

The primary election for this seat will be held on May 17, 2022 and will be an open Republican primary with the announcement of incumbent Daryl Metcalfe’s retirement.